Café cum art studio Cups N Canvas opens at Selegie Road

Singapore's art belt at Selegie welcomes a new coffee shop: Cups N Canvas.

By Nur Khairunnisa Ismail | Nov 05, 2012

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  • Café cum art studio Cups N Canvas opens at Selegie Road
    PK duck sandwich; Cups N Canvas
  • Café cum art studio Cups N Canvas opens at Selegie Road
    Cappucino; Cups N Canvas
  • Café cum art studio Cups N Canvas opens at Selegie Road
    Cups N Canvas
  • Café cum art studio Cups N Canvas opens at Selegie Road
    Cups N Canvas
  • Café cum art studio Cups N Canvas opens at Selegie Road
    Sweet potato latte; Cups N Canvas
  • Café cum art studio Cups N Canvas opens at Selegie Road
    Sweet potato latte; Cups N Canvas

Artistic tendencies are given rein at Cups N Canvas, a café (the Cups side) and art studio (the Canvas side) that opened in a conserved shophouse space. 

The café sports items like pastas such as Greeno Pesto, linguine with basil chicken ($15.90), and sandwiches such as the PK duck, duck and Japanese cucumber with orange hoisin sauce on ciabatta ($9.90). For sweet treats, they have freshly-baked French apple cake served with ice cream ($6.50) and apple cheddar scones ($3). They also do all-day brekkie on weekends ($14.90-16.90).

Refreshing libations run the gamut from craft beers like Belgian beers and Swedish ciders ($8-16) to sweet potato latte ($4.80), iced cucumber mint tea ($5.80) and sticky date ice-blended shake ($6.80).  

Behind the glass doors of the Canvas side, find monthly art installments, as well as printmaking and drawing courses.

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